The Depot at Madame Julia's

Address: 7048 O'Keef St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Garden District/Uptown area of New Orleans, is near Contemporary Arts Center, Julia Row, Le Chat Noir, and George Schmidt Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from New Orleans

And all that jazz

A travel blog entry by kylie.hocknell on Oct 27, 2014

... Their enthusiasm is contagious and we soon found ourselves caught up in the whole thing. The stadium fits over 100,000 people...it's a college game!! We were way, way up the back but the atmosphere was still fantastic.

The next night we were off to an NFL game proper. New Orleans Saints versus Green Bay Packers. I really enjoyed it and am definitely getting a proper appreciation of American Football.

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Long drives and jazz hands

A travel blog entry by prawn0 on Sep 02, 2014

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Due to the previous nights mishaps we couldn't leave as planned so we had to hang around the campgrounds for a while before embarking on the biggest drive of the trip. Understandably everyone slept most of the ride today, trying to catch up on missed sleep from the previous night. Our lunch stop was at a beautiful park complex that had a huge wooden playground, some sporting fields and some lovely picnic areas. We spent most ...

Thru the Mississippi darkness rolling to the sea

A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Aug 01, 2014

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... for its long legacy of African American music, as portrayed and romantised in the HBO series of the same name. It has a fitting plaque to acknowledge the history, a work of art commemorating the slaves who gathered here over two centuries ago. In Louisiana's French and Spanish colonial era of the 18th century, slaves were actually allowed Sundays off from their slavery. They were also allowed to gather in the "Place des Nègres", "Place Publique", ...

Way down yonder in New Orleans

A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on Jun 16, 2014

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... native sonI'm the train they call The City of New OrleansAnd I'll be gone five hundred miles when the day is done. Johnny Cash, Willy Nelson, Arlo Guthrie and others.

The train they call The City of New Orleans skirts Lake Pontchartrain with its salt water on one side and fresh on the other, then runs through the Louisiana bayou and on up to Jackson. There are alligators and pelicans which is nice and turtles clambered on logs and rocks, which is sweet. The ...

Day 20

A travel blog entry by paulkallen on Jun 10, 2014

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... collecting our washing and getting a Hand Grenade before heading back before the storm came. Whilst waiting for the storm to pass we stayed inside the room and watched the news channel on repeat. That night we went to Napoleon House for dinner before meeting the people leaving at The ...

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